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Courses and Workshops

Courses and workshops available throughout the year to support teachers and students of music and music education

Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

Launched in July 2018 as part of AccessHE Week 2018, the AccessHE Creative HE Apply Guide offers information and support for learners interested in applying to creative HE courses who are otherwise discouraged from pursuing their passions for the Creative Arts.

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CME London is a one year level 4 foundation course specifically designed for music educators who work with children and young people both in and out of school. .

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Beat Goes On are offering a wide variety of CPD events and workshops for pupils and staff across the UK throughout 2018.

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This distance-learning version of the Trinity CME qualification is available to learners living and working anywhere in the UK.

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Out of the Ark Music provide award-winning singing resources to over 18,000 primary school and early years settings across the U.K.  We now offer outstanding CPD training aimed at every teacher in every school. There are currently 4 workshops to choose from.  These can be delivered directly to schools or via Music Hubs’ conferences or events.

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The PGCert in Performance Teaching will prepare you for employment as a professional artist-teacher in a range of contexts. These include higher education institutions, specialist performing arts schools and junior conservatoires, state and independent schools, community and lifelong learning environments, and inclusive learning programmes such as Sistema-inspired initiatives.

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Led by RNCM tutor Mark Heron, this course provides participants with hands-on practical experience in a variety of genres. Thanks to partnerships with the Hallé Youth Orchestra and Derby and Derbyshire Music Partnership, the practical work takes place in front of young musicians of the same age group as they encounter in their work.

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The scheme aims to draw applications from talented young composers and songwriters aged 18-25 working in the widest range of traditions, styles and media.

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The Teaching Musician is a flexible and vocational programme designed for experienced music educators. It offers a high quality professional development opportunity, leading to a suite of postgraduate qualifications, whilst being flexible to fit around your working life.

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Incorporated Society of Musicians
Incorporated Society of Musicians

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